Core team:


Puck Rombach

University of Vermont

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Assistant Professor

Rombach's research bridges gaps between the pure and applied sides of graph/network theory. Sample areas of interest for Rombach include graph coloring, random graphs, algorithms and complexity, graph representations of matroids, crime network modeling, and core-periphery/centrality detection in networks. Prior to UVM, Rombach was an assistant adjunct professor at UCLA, working with Andrea Bertozzi. Rombach earned her PhD at the University of Oxford in 2013, under the supervision of Mason Porter and Alex Scott.


Most recent papers:

Puck Rombach, Christopher Purcell. Role colouring graphs in hereditary classes. Preprint, 2018.
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Puck Rombach, Mason A. Porter, James H. Fowler, Peter J. Mucha. Core-Periphery Structure in Networks (Revisited). SIAM Rev., 619-649, 59, 2017.
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Puck Rombach, Mason A. Porter, Mihai Cucuringu, Sang Hoon Lee. Detection of core–periphery structure in networks using spectral methods and geodesic paths. European Journal of Applied Mathematics, , 27, 2016.
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Puck Rombach, Charles Z. Marshak, Andrea L. Bertozzi, Maria R. D'Orsogna. Growth and containment of a hierarchical criminal network. Physical Review, e93, 93, 2016.
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Puck Rombach, Ross Atkins, Fiona Skerman. Guessing Numbers of Odd Cycles. 2016.
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